The Activist History Review invites article proposals for our October issue, “The Road to Charlottesville.”
Call for Papers: Race and Yoga Journal 3.1 (2018)
Special Cluster Theme: Decolonizing Yoga? & Unsettling “Social Justice”
Race and Yoga editorial board is currently seeking articles, personal narratives, and creative works for the third issue of the journal. The issue will have a special cluster section that addresses “Decolonizing Yoga? & Unsettling ‘Social Justice.’”
CALL FOR PAPERS: Pivot: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies & Thought
Vol 7, No 1 (2018): “Muddied Waters: Decomposing the Anthropocene”
“Progress means: humanity emerges from its spellbound state no longer under the spell of progress as well, itself nature, by becoming aware of its own indigenousness to nature and by halting the mastery over nature through which nature continues its mastery.” — Theodor Adorno, “Progress” (p. 62)
Kimberly Drake, the editor of the proposed book Critical Insights: Literature of Inequality, a collection of scholarly essays (under contract with Grey House Publishing/EBSCO), seeks contributions on literature, music, and film/television dealing with inequality and social injustice.
The Activist History Review invites proposals for articles that address the theme of “poverty” to be featured in the September issue.
CfP - The Oceanic Turn - ACLA
March 29 - April 1, 2018 at UCLA
Abstracts due September 23, 2017 via ACLA website.
Christina Gerhardt - Associate Professor, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Teresa Shewry - Associate Professor, University of California at Santa Barbara
“The Oceanic Turn”
Fire and Water: Entangled Histories of Empire and Science in the Early Modern Americas
September 21-23, 2017
The John Carter Brown Library
CALL FOR PAPERS
C19: The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists is delighted to announce that the theme for our next conference is “Climate.” The Call for Papers and list of Seminars is available at the conference website: http://c19conference.org/.
The fifth biennial C19 conference will be hosted by the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, March 22-25, 2018.
The proposal H.R. 861, a bill recently introduced to terminate the U.S.
We would like to encourage submission of articles for a special issue on psychedelics in the context of radicalism. LSD, mescaline, psilocybin and peyote in particular have played varied and important roles in countercultural movements over the past century. This issue of JSR will be dedicated to the investigation of the political and cultural role(s) played by psychedelics, and the degree to which their use may be deemed radical, and in what contexts.